A tidbit is a little piece of something BIG and that something is the big, big world of cheese. We know you’re kinda busy making your own “fabulous fromage,” so, every month (around the 15th), we scour the Web for you, picking out new items of interest and giving you the links. If we missed something, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or in the comments below.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Most Beautiful: Roland Mesnier, former white house pastry chef created this fabulous Coeur a la Creme with Honey Vanilla Sauce and Fresh Fruit. It’s in his cookbook Roland Mesnier Basic to Beautiful Cakes. For the recipe (click here)
Follow Your Dream: The owners of York Hill Farm in New Sharon, Maine (north of Portland) are selling their goat cheese business, including their equipment, their award-winning recipes and their 4 decades of expertise. This could be your big opportunity! (click here)
Defies Understanding: Where did they go? The owner of this New York city cheese shop disappeared in December, leaving their cheese to rot on the shelves. True, the smell became an issue for neighboring stores, but, more than that, what a waste of good cheese! (click here)
The Presentation: If you’ve ever been confused about how to cut a cheese properly, check out this article by the Good Housekeeping Institute. You might be surprised by some of their recommendations. (click here)
Fabulous Article: Written for the New York Times travel section, this article about Pecorino cheese and it’s relationship with the culture of the area where it’s made is fascinating. (click here)
See you next month and happy cheese making!